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native prairie plants garden
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joe pye weed and purple cone flower
and of course all coneflowers look stunning in winter — particularly with snow carefully stacked atop their seed heads. Blooming about the same time is
Lick it better in blue cone flower...Cone Flower...Purple Cone Flower
“Sunny coneflower” — jenniferw1
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mixed perennials and natives in a woodland setting - Echinacea "purple cone flower", russian sage, miscanthus sinisis "maiden grass"
Echinacea (Purple Cone Flower). leave some seed heads on plants in fall for the birds to enjoy
the garden. Don't forget to enjoy the steaming weather while it lasts. Snow will be here before you know it!More:How to Design a Great Side Yard
“garden” — lexminnie
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Containers for the Winter Season
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Beautiful arrangement of evergreens, berries, pine cones and leaves.
I love anything christmas especially with snow!
What to Do NowRemove snow quickly. Use a shovel or a snow blower and broom to remove snow as quickly as possible. Once snow has been walked on and becomes
Dense, compacted snow converts to ice readily. Sprinkle gravel, straw or wood chips to provide some traction on areas where ice or snow remain.
“Urn” — mslala63
Barbara Pintozzi
January Great Lakes
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snow-topped Echinacea seedheads by Barbara Pintozzi
Try keeping the cones for seeding in the spring. Either plant the whole cone and prick out excess seedlings or separate seeds from the cone head prior to
Even nonwoody plants are transformed by snow. These coneflower seed heads (Echinacea purpurea) appear to be wearing hats. Look around and take photos from
“Yes” — websters
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Blue Atlas Cedar cones
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blue cones appear in late spring through summer on older trees; by winter the foliage takes on a blue-gray tone that contrasts beautifully with snow.
blue cones appear in late spring through summer on older trees; by winter the foliage takes on a blue-gray tone that contrasts beautifully with snow.When
“Seasonal interest: Spectacular powder-blue new growth appears in spring; upright blue cones appear i” — Teresa Dennis Garden Design
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Morris
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It is designed to rust when introduced to weather and of course rain or snow, actually any form of water! It's been a contractor favorite for years when
Given the age of the wood before it was installed (it was a snow fence in a previous life) I am not sure that there was a sealer used. My
I like the look of this but also has good info on rusty roof products and snow fence wood for siding
“Exterior could transform our house into rustic charm” — Cheryl Rowton
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A Cozy Cottage Christmas
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Where did you get the fake snow?
The fake "snow"n the mantel is actually white Christmas tree garland. If you are referring to the snow on the house, you can buy that in any craft store
Paper cone wreath
“Wreath” — zaneybear
Tropical Entry
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5. Snow removal. I know, the only kind of snow you want to hear about during this time of year is the kind that comes in a cone at the county fair. But
But it's true: Shoveling snow away from concrete is much easier than removing it from gravel or pavers.
“Another cool driveway. Im liking this grass pattern thing” — Curtis Cartier
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